I didn't really realize this was so important to you... It's just something from a fan fiction I wrote a while ago. But like I said, she is a reference to Bram Stokers. The whole point of this picture was to spark the imagination of the viewer. Explaining every little detail about it kind of defeats the purpose.
I like this! But I do have one question, you know the Mina that was associated with Alucard before he was sealed? I was just wondering, did he really love Mina? It's just ever since I saw the episode I've been wondering if he truly felt something for her or not.
yes he did love mina because she is the reincarnation of his most beloved wife (not one of the 3 ladies who seduced jonathan harker) she was the first wife and he loved her very much, when alucard (dracula) went to fight the turks which in that battle he defeated them. The ones that survived shot an arrow into elisabeta's (mina)room saying that alucard was dead and because they loved eachother so much she flung her self into the riveer to be united in death. but upon returning to the castle (wich alucard sensed that somting was wrong)he found her dead. in out rage he flung a sword into a cross and drank the blood that came from it thus turning him into a vampire. he was so outraged because she killed her self so supposedly her soul went to hell and alucard thoght that such a woman deserved to go to heaven and wouldnt follow a god that wouldnt let her soul into heaven. this is not from the manga but from the 1992 movie dracula. also what made things worse was that (and this is from the manga) many people died for this god that wouldnt let his love into heaven
actually around the time that dracula was human aka pre mina death. minas name was elisabeta remember that when alucard was human he lived in the 1400's and the book dracula was based in the late 1800's so obviously she would hav a diff. name because it's so great a time diffeence that she would be in a diff. body